Originally Posted by Scott
Hot Stamping is a process done at the factory that puts a standard stamp on a disc. On a regular disc, the company and disc name is put on with a hot stamp. If it is a special tournament disc, that image is applied via hot stamping. These are typically one color. This process is used to make many discs with the same design.
Disc Dying is an after-market customization. It involves cutting a design on a vinyl mask, applying it to a disc, and soaking it in a dye solution. Custom dyes can be one or multiple colors. This process is typically to make one disc with a custom design.
Holy informative. Thanks Scott!
Looks like my intention is disc dying.